Front-end Optimization: Basic and Intermediate Methods
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Front-end Optimization: Basic and Intermediate Methods. Keep your users happy (and support marketing efforts) by optimizing your site and ...NEW
by Mateusz Skrzypczak
What you'll learn
- Optimization basics - what it is and how to do it
- CSS optimization
- Image optimization by choosing proper file formats and placing images on page the most efficient way
- Optimization of page load time by reducing the number of HTTP requests and manipulating their order
- Basic server configuration for optimizing page load time
We all know how terrible experience is a slow service. Who likes to wait more than needed at the bar, in the shop queue, or in traffic? No one, of course. And it's no different with websites and any other web-based services: slow service is irritating. Even more, given that in today's world we want everything instantly.
Users will be unhappy, if your site will work slow - or at least slower than they expected. They will more likely go away and find better, lighter, quicker alternative to stop being frustrated and enjoy the service they need. But did you know, that slow sites will also rank lower in search engines?
The solution is not easy, as there are many areas on which the site's performance can gain or lose. However, there are tens of things you can do, and some of them are pretty easy.
Whether you recently finished the web developer course, or you're already developing for some time, this is the place where you will learn all the basic and intermediate methods to speed up the sites you create. Upon implementing the techniques presented in this course, you will be able to visibly boost your site's load time, and also - if your site is more complex - you will be able to make it work much faster within the browser.